Feb 282022

The Orange County Register is becoming as much of a joke as the LA Times. These formerly credible outlets are using information provided by a disgraced former Huff Post “reporter” who appears to have been hired by the George Soros operation to smear the incumbent DA of Orange County Todd Spitzer. The “reporter’s name is Matt Ferner,” His obsession appears to be a woke-nazi-style campaign to assault Spitzer. Such campaigns are a hallmark of the far far left.

Get to know Ferner; this is who the OC Register and LA Times are in bed with.

It appears that both of these papers like what is happening in LA and San Francisco County and want to bring it to Orange County.

Why else have neither of these outlets said a peep about the confirmed sexually predatory actions of Pete Hardin?

Matt previously worked as a reporter for HuffPost. For nearly a decade, he wrote about politics, policing, the incarceration crisis, gun violence, and the climate crisis on the enterprise, politics, and breaking news teams. His reporting has been cited in legal briefs and academic research, has influenced policy, exposed misconduct, and helped lead to investigations of government corruption.

Got it? Matt is a leftist piece of garbage (my opinion of him) that has worked to help criminals get out of jail in the name of woke social justice. His current project is serial lying about Todd Spitzer, launching a Nazi-style assault on Todd’s supporters and a general leftist rampage. The willing whores in the LA Times and OC Register love this stuff.

Ferner published a long list of endorsements that are replete with George Gascon / Chesa Boudin-type candidates whose elections have wreaked havoc on every jurisdiction where they have won office.

Yet his whores in the local media have done nothing with far more credible issues Pete Hardin has. Perhaps people should start calling Pete Hardin’s endorsers and asking them about their chosen candidate’s sexual misconduct? IF the OC Register, the Voice of OC, and the LA Times are so prostituted to Pete Hardin, it is time for other people to start carrying the torch.

Here are Pete Hardin’s Endorsers – it is time to let them all know they are supporting a sexual predator. There is more truth to that than Matthew Ferner’s Soros-fueled racism attacks against Todd Spitzer.

In fact, Matthew Ferner is trying to use (along with his willing whores in the LA Times and OC Register) Spitzer repeating the comments of a condemned White Supremacist in the course of getting the man convicted. It shows that the American Media is broken beyond repair. Based on what I know of him, Matthew Ferner is a communist agitator trained to lie, cheat, and steal to advance “social justice,” which is itself a lie.

Welcome to Right on Daily Ferner.

P.S. here is a much more balanced story on the whole issue.

Feb 252022

On 3-29-2014, Dennis Revell went to speak to the Tehama GOP (which at the time had an active and functional GOP Central Committee). 

The speech is linked here in its’ entirety, but the pertinent part to the Ukraine is posted below. 

In a speech he gave in 1975, Ronald Reagan urged his party to raise a “banner of no pale pastels, but bold colors.”

That advice is as true today as it has been at any time before. Boldness would be an especially effective contrast to the timidity and confusion that many feel characterize the current administration’s response to the situation in the Ukraine.

In a subsequent speech a couple of years later, delivered before the Conservative Political Action Committee, D.C., Reagan argued that American leadership  requires us to understand and express forcefully what makes America great and similarly to understand and speak clearly about how starkly our enemies stand in opposition to those values. In that speech he said: (Quote)

“The themes of a sound foreign policy should be no mystery, nor the result of endless agonizing reappraisals. They are rooted in our past — in our very beginning as a nation… Our principles were revolutionary… Our example inspired others, imperfectly at times, but it inspired them nevertheless… To this   day, America is still the abiding alternative to tyranny. That is our purpose in the world — nothing more, nothing less.

To carry out that purpose, our fundamental aim in foreign policy must be to ensure our own survival and to  protect those others  who  share our values. Under no circumstances should we have any illusions about the intensions of those who are enemies of freedom.

If we are to continue to be that example — if we are to preserve our own freedom — we must understand those who would dominate us and deal with them with determination.” (Unquote)

When he gave this speech, Ronald Reagan was referring to the failure of the United States under the Carter Administration to stand up for human rights against Soviet totalitarianism. But the same principles apply today to our struggle with radical Islamism and in particular to the unfolding crisis in the Ukraine.

First, it must be the policy of the United States to defend consistently and resolutely the standards for the universal rights outlined in the Declaration of Independence and codified into the law in the Constitution. This principle has much deeper and more complicated ramifications than a shallow support for democratic elections.

Instead, we should be on the side of genuine freedom for the people of the world. A Reagan Administration would be on the side of the Ukranian people and would be  prepared to help them move toward democracy and solidarity with Europe and the United States.

This means that the United States must be willing to stand by the Ukrainian people as they continue on their path for free and fair elections with new parties and leaders in an environment that protects freedom of speech, the press and free assembly.

Under no circumstances should the United States continue to draw “lines in the sand” and step back and draw another every time an adversary to freedom then crosses each new line.

With all this being said, Ronald Reagan would have also understood that, despite the troublesome aspects of his rule,   Vladimir Putin understands and respects only one thing, a stronger and more resolute opponent.

I believe Reagan would have been much more discreet about recognizing Putin’s ambitions in the first place, taken preemptive steps to make Putin’s recent actions more difficult to achieve and have worked to remove the leverage Putin has over the region by virtue of its oil and gas supplies. He would have recognized that doing anything less would send the wrong signal to other world leaders about how the U.S. treats its allies and freedom loving people around the world.

Most people feel, I suspect, that we are currently at best reacting to the developments in Ukraine, not on top of what is taking place, let alone managing it.

We expect our government, the President, Vice President, Secretary of State and others to speak with one voice, with one sense of purpose and determination and to give us the confidence and assurance that they are making every effort to ensure the peace and freedom for the Ukrainian people, but most importantly, providing assurance for the peace and security of the United States and its trusted allies.

Feb 232022

The El Dorado West Republican Women had a candidate forum for #AD05 that Paletta was a confirmed speaker for. Paletta did not show.

Perhaps this is why:

It looks like Jason Paletta is attempting to walk into the base of support Jonathan Zachreson has/had. While I lampooned Zach because I knew he did not have critical mass, one thing he did have was a couple of education-focused groups on his side.

All this move shows me about Mr. Paletta is that he does not know the lay of the land politically in #AD05 and is untested and undisciplined as a candidate.

But maybe a better explanation for Paletta’s failure to appear to the Eldorado West RWF group is more straightforward… in a recent podcast, he dropped a couple of whoppers.

At 20:20 of the podcast linked, Paletta says, “I am only a Republican because I have to be.”

At 20:40, Paletta says, “Don’t push me as a Republican.” (He says this despite shopping for two congressional districts before settling on #AD05)

This is not exactly someone that cares to interact with his own base. My guess is the El Dorado GOP, who are meeting 2-28-2022 to endorse AD05, will reward Jason appropriately.

Feb 222022

Former Lincoln Councilmember Spencer “Spender” Short.

Many moons ago before your intrepid blogger met #muhhotwife, I lived in Lincoln for a brief period. I delivered pizzas out of the Lincoln Round Table.

What struck me about Lincoln is that it looked like the development was piecemeal. At the time, CA65 was still aligned on the main street in Lincoln. That part was frozen in time when US-99E went up to Washington Blvd in Roseville to Industrial Blvd and into Lincoln.

The south part of Lincoln Crossing was just being started to build. Lincoln got hammered worse than other towns by the 2007-2009 real estate bubble. Based on the dysfunction I saw in 2006 before I got married, it is safe to say that Lincoln, CA didn’t plan to fail, they failed to plan.

All throughout the late 2000s and into the mid-2010s Lincoln was rumored to be headed to municipal bankruptcy. For many years, Spender Short, the Late Tom Cosgrove, and Paul Joiner formed the ruling majority in Lincoln. This is going to be a story we are going to talk about as it relates to the Placer County Sup D2 race.

Spender Short was someone, similar to Gary Miller, Rene Aggielairuh, Camille Maben, David Larson, and others that I proudly have hanging on my wall of scalps. He epitomized the word RINO – but it appears that Paul Joiner who called himself the most conservative elected in Placer County voted along with him in spades.

The following are images of Lincoln that are burned into my conscience. Fire Station 3 sat idle for years and a $1.4 Million Ladder truck sat inside it. This happened on Paul Joiner’s watch.

Dial 911 they said – but who the hell was going to respond?

Fasten your seat belts… the maladies of the City of Lincoln should be thoroughly vetted as we march down to election day.

Feb 182022

Concerning #CA03, I have no horse in the race. It is, however, fascinating to watch the insider machinations. Welcome to the Sacramento GOP – home of David Stafford Reade (who actually lives in yoyo county) and friends.

It appears that Kevin Kiley’s CAGOP endorsement push died at the Sacramento GOP who deadlocked and did not endorse in CA03. I was told by at least one person present that David Reade was directing a couple of people with no clue about the parliamentary procedure how to act. My first experience with Reade was in 2002 with Fake CRA units and was pretty much the same drill. 20 years later some things don’t change.

Sacramento County represented 16-17% of the vote in CA03. Mono and Alpine have no Central Committee. Plumas is going to endorse Scott Jones. The wildfire-ravaged county is something like 2.5% of the population. Mono (which includes the communist enclave of Mammoth Lakes) is about 1.8% of the population of CA03. It looks like Kiley will finish somewhere around 78% of the population when he gets Inyo County’s endorsement. You need 80% to get the CAGOP endorsement. David Stafford Reade deserves credit, he literally singlehandedly killed a CAGOP endorsement of Kiley. Reade gets paid a lot of money for what he does and in this case, he was able to accomplish the mission.

#CA06 is another fascinating race. At one point Jason Paletta was a candidate in #CA06. Paletta was recruited by yoyo County Chairman Dan Brown to run against Tamika Hamilton in #CA02-04 as the machinations of the MALDEF-led Citizens Redistricting Commission wound. The yoyo GOP is a fascinating story unto itself with an out-of-control chairman ruling a fiefdom, but since he is now aligned with the regime in charge of the CAGOP he is pretty much safe there.

It appears that Tamika Hamilton got rewarded for her service to the regime as well. As you recall, I was sharply critical of her for abandoning her grassroots supporters that helped her beat Sean Feucht in the prior primary. Hamilton got endorsed by the Sacramento GOP, which has 100% of the district in it. Given that Sacramento’s Central Committee is almost 100% staff and consultants it is impossible to not draw any other conclusion.

Roger Niello picked up the rest of what he needed for his CAGOP endorsement.

ON 2-28 El Dorado’s GOP committee is having a special meeting for Joe Patterson only. My guess is Jason Paletta will get skunked at that meeting, but who knows. Paletta ended up in #AD05 after shopping for offices all along the I-80 corridor.

In San Joaquin, the crazed Scott “Grimace” Winn appears to have gotten CAGOP Vice-Chair Bay Area Jonathan Madison to move to Stockton to oppose Tom Patti in #CA09.

Winn, pictured above has three family members on the San Joaquin GOP. That County Committee is almost evenly split and will now hang up on an endorsement in #CA09.

I have been told that Joe Day in Stanislaus is a puppet of Grimace as well, I don’t know. I just know that these unnecessary antics dramatically reduce the Party’s chances of picking up #CA09. Scott Winn is part of the same Oligarchy of Controlled Failure as David Stafford Reade and the laundry list of people your intrepid blogger lampoons on Right on Daily.

With regard to Madison, Her Majesty Jessica Patterson gets to make an appointment to replace him. You can make bank it will be one of Luis Buhler’s butt-monkeys.

Then of course there is always this disaster (and paycheck for the Oligarchy) that is rumored to be popping back out of the political sewer:

It is political season baby.